I know I've mentioned about getting a G5 iMac on the forum before and some very helpful members suggested I got a Mac Mini instead, however, my ideal setup has changed so looking for some more advice please. Basically, what I want to end up with are the following: 1. A main computer (either a 24" iMac or a Mac Pro) - this will be used for majority of my work, such as graphic design, video editing (only light), and web development. 2. A 'test computer/server' (preferrably OSX) - this will be a kind of test bed for any PHP/MySQL I write. Maybe also act as a print server for the other office machines. 3. A laptop to take to clients, etc - this would likely run Windows via parallels or something so I can also use it to test stuff in IE. Now as I have said before, one of my friends has got a 20" G5 iMac (2GHz, 2GB Ram, 250GB Hard Drive), and he's looking for £300 - Mac2Sell values this at £290. However, I've just seen a Dual 1.8GHz PowerMac G5 on ebay with 1GB Ram, 160GB Hard drive for £280 (which Mac2Sell values at £170), which although looks nicer, I'd either have to use an old 17" screen or buy a new screen. Which would you say is the better buy and which will be a better machine for the 'test/server' machine?